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If caves were dirtier, King Street Bar would feel like a cave. It’s one of the oldest sports bars in Seattle, and it’s below street level, so natural light isn’t really a thing here. Expect it to be busy on game days, so get here early and grab some wings and sliders. Come with someone who wants to watch the game in a divey environment around a bunch of people who will shout at the TV if the Seahawks’ D gets called for unnecessary roughness.

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